WWII German MP40 or as it was called by allied soldiers Schmeisser (Hugo schmeisser did not design the MP40). The MP 40 was an innovative design in both terms of manufacture and as a weapon of war It was made using stamped steel and Bakelite parts and had a very clever folding stock arrangement making it an ideal compact weapon for the German Fallshrimjager (paratroops) It was also a favourite with Allied troops and was a prized trophy and often it would be used in preference to other available weapons if captured.
This 1942 made BNZ (Steyr-Daimler-Puch) example comes with its Nazi stamped magazine and leather sling. It is Nazi WaA stamped in several places. Deactivated with full working action it can be cocked field stripped and dry fired.
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